There are surprisingly few distinguished novels about judges and judging. Ian McEwan’s The Children Act (Jonathan Cape) is a very welcome addition to that class. It is a literary judgment that tells us more about the legal system and those who administer it than The Weekly Law Reports and a shelf of textbooks.

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